‘Boy Meets World,’ ‘Home Improvement’ now streaming on Hulu

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Hulu is on a mission and so far, crushing it. After casually winning an Emmy and saving 30 Rock from its Netflix eviction the streaming company has now added Boy Meets World, Dinosaurs, and Home Improvement.

The shows will join many more beloved ’90s sitcoms that live on Hulu, including Full House, Will and Grace, Seinfeld, and more. 

Now, because this is the most important thing ever to have happened, here are five episodes to stream immediately:

Season 1, episode 4: “Cory’s Alternative Friends”

In a classic empathize-with-your-enemies episode, Cory messes up his hair and has to sit with the “weird kids” at school. The crew includes class nerd Stuart Minkus, ethereal flower child Topanga Lawrence (then a guest star before being bumped to regular in Season 2), and a kid with a cape (there’s always one). Cory learns not to judge people by their appearances (though he will continue to do this for many years), and he and Topanga kiss for the first time.

Season 2, episode 6: “Who’s Afraid of Cory Wolf?”

Cory gets a mysterious bite the week of Halloween and suspects he might be turning into a werewolf. He spirals into madness as the episode progresses, finding signs of his transformation everywhere and seeking help from a fortune teller at a yogurt parlor (played by comedy legend Phyllis Diller).

Season 3, episode 19: “I Was A Teenage Spy”

An electric shock sends Cory back to the 1950s, where he finds himself in an America rife with paranoia about Russian spies and air raids (oh…). It’s a different world that makes him appreciate the carefree ’90s (same), but all he really wants to do is get into mischief with Shawnzee Hunterelli and kiss the girl with the big hair (Topanga, who goes by T.L. in this world). Eric chooses between Harvard and Yale and Pat Morita (Mr. Miyagi) makes a cameo, along with a couple Happy Days cast members.

Season 4, episode 12: “Easy Street”

Boy Meets World hit heavy for Christmas episodes (Season 6 will have you weeping), doing some of its best work in “East Street.” Shawn finds a cushy restaurant job that tips well, but it happens to be for the Mob. Tempted by the prospect of financial security, he puts off quitting until Cory can’t stand it anymore. The episode is framed by Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” because Shawn finds himself at a crossroads, unable to make the choice he knows he must.

Season 5, episode 17: “And Then There Was Shawn”

Probably the most well-known Boy Meets World episode ever, “And Then There Was Shawn” is a twisted amalgam of Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, packaged in the ridiculous sheen only this show could provide. The gang find themselves in detention, but soon realize that the school is locked and someone is sneaking around in a mask and killing them one by one(it’s not actually a Halloween — it aired in February). Jennifer Love-Hewitt guest stars as new student Jennifer Love-Pfefferman.

Boy Meets World is now streaming on Hulu.

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